|Poster:||Caitlin Olson||Date:||May 11, 2018 2:21pm|
|Forum:||news||Subject:||Object Lessons: Recovering Broken Web Links and Resources with Archive.org|
Sometimes it is easy to find the location and URL (web address) of a replacement resource if the resource has merely been relocated instead of removed from the internet entirely. Other times, however, externally hosted articles or files may be removed from the internet entirely with no obvious replacement resource or web location. For instructional designers who are responsible for the maintenance of online courses, this presents a practical problem keeping online courses up to date and functional as external web resources are removed or relocated over time.
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